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Cheshire's Mental Health Hub
Current: Cheshire and Wirral Partnership Foundation Trust
We provide mental health, substance misuse, learning disability and community physical health services across Cheshire and Wirral. These services are provided in partnership with commissioners, local authorities, voluntary and independent organisations, people who use our services and their carers. We also provide specialist services within Liverpool, Sefton, Bolton, Warrington, Halton and Trafford.
Services Cheshire and Wirral Partnership Foundation Trust provides
Short term interventions for people experiencing a severe and enduring mental health illness in East Cheshire.
Open age, low secure inpatient mental health ward.
Our Community Mental Health Teams provide assessment, diagnosis, treatment and follow up to people with severe and complex mental health conditions in a community setting
Adult eating disorder service
to individuals receiving care at Accident and Emergency
The GP Out-of-Hours Service provides assessment, advice and treatment as required for urgent healthcare problems that cannot safely wait until the next time GP surgeries are open.
Inpatient mental health ward caring for people from 18 upwards in East Cheshire.
Working with individuals who repeatedly require acute admission
CWP CAMHS stands for Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service.
Stress control classes broken into 90 minute sessions over 6 weeks.
The Wellbeing Hub is available to anyone over 16-years-old in South Cheshire and Vale Royal who would like support in managing their emotional health and wellbeing. You can self-refer into this service, no need to visit the GP.
Free relaxation and mindfulness classes at Crewe Lifestyle centre, Vale House Resource Centre and Delamere House.
A site developed for everyone interested in children and young people's mental health and emotional well-being across Cheshire and Wirral
This out-of-hours advice line is for those living in Cheshire & Wirral that wish to speak to a mental health professional with concerns or needing advice about a child or young person's mental health.The advice line runs from 5pm until 10pm Monday to Friday, and 12pm until 8pm on weekends.
Call the Advice Line: 01244 397644
Out of hours advice line to help combat mental health and to provide help accessing support.
Advice line for parents and families for young persons mental health and wellbeing. Telephone
01606 555 120 to speak to the team. Information accurate as of 2 years ago